The celebrated musician, Kojo Antwi has attributed his success in music to his dreadlocks. He says that he wouldn’t have been successful without his dreadlocks.
The ‘Tom and Jerry’ hitmaker in an interview with Sammy Kumah on Peace FM said:
“My band and I started playing music with, toured places with reggae music and that is where the inspiration came from…”, the Tom & Jerry hitmaker stated.
“My little research thought me that, Rastafarians were slaves who became Africans and also wanted to be identified as Africans, hence they served Africa as their god, that is how come you visit America and you see pastors who are Rastafarians, it has some spiritually in there, it is our culture”, Kojo Antwi explained.
The maestro answering the question on what will compel him to do away with dreadlocks said, “it has become part of me, it serves as my pillow when I go to bed…..nothing will make me do away with my dread, I believe everyone has something that represents his/her strength and for me, mine is the rasta”.